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ante diem vii kalendas quinctilias
- ludi Taurei quinquennales (day 1) — an obscure festival possibly in honour of the di inferi (read Bill Thayer’s note on the ‘quinquennales’ part)
- 107 A.D. — the emperor Trajan arrives in Rome and celebrates his second triumph over the Dacians
ante diem vii kalendas junias
- 17 A.D. — Germanicus celebrates a triumph for his victories in Germany
- 106 A.D. — martyrdom of Zachary in Gaul
- 107 A.D. — Trajan arrives in Rome and celebrates a triumph for his victories over the Dacians
- 303 A.D. — martyrdom of Felicissimus, Heraclius, and others at what is now Todi (Umbria)
Can’t find that I’ve mentioned this one yet:
The Head of the Archaeology Department in Satu Mare County Museum Robert Gindele, said on Monday that following the process of gradiometre examination of the lands in the area, around 100 ovens were discovered underground, at a couple of tens of centimetres depth. ‘The ovens were used to make pots for supply, they have more than 2-metre diameter and are unique. I believe what we have here is the largest pottery centre in Central Europe and even Western Europe maybe. They date back from 100 AD to 350 AD,’ said Gindele.
The archaeologists hope to be able to start digging this spring in order to unearth the ovens. Gindele believes that once the digging starts, earthenware pots made in these ovens will be discovered which will provide useful information on the culture of those times. The first research activities showed that this area would have hosted some kind of complex of pots and jars production. In 1964 in Mediesu Aurit, 16 Dacian identical ovens used to burn ceramics were discovered, and they were transferred to the Satu Mare County Museum patrimony.
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